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October 16, 2018

From 2013 to 2016, the Philadelphia 76ers went 47 and 199. 47 and 199. On purpose. And yet Sam Hinkie, the team’s former general manager and resignation-letter virtuoso, brainwashed many of the 76ers’ fans into “trusting the process.” They did so because that process—intentionally losing as many games as possible in order to guarantee a high draft pick—was logical. Under the NBA’s current system, there’s arguably no better way to rebuild a team and establish it as a contender.

This s...

April 16, 2016

I can’t remember a more depressing Chicago Bulls season.

Derrick Rose blowing out his knee in 2012 was rough. And they’ve had worse records: after Michael Jordan retired in 1998, it took the Bulls four years to win 20 games in a season. But that version of the team was starting over with youth after a historic run of dominance—backsliding was to be expected. This year’s Bulls aspired to be championship contenders, and they missed the freaking playoffs.

On top of that, the Golden Stat...

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I write mostly speculative fiction. Usually fantasy, with historical elements mixed in. Sometimes there's a bit of mystery too, or (shhh!) even a little romance.


But it's weird—it's always weird. Consider yourself warned.

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